Census of Population, 1950: A Report of the Seventeenth Decennial Census of the United States. Volume II, Characteristics of the population : Number of inhabitants, general and detailed characteristics of the population
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1952
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14 years old 20-percent sample areas base is less based on 20-percent Census characteristics civilian labor force classes classified color comparable County definition differences District electrical employed persons enrolled in school enumeration equipment estimate Experienced civilian labor fabricated Families and unrelated Farm laborers Female Male Female figures Food foremen Government head included income industries industries incl institutions kindred products kindred workers less than 0.1 less than 500 LIBRARIES STANFORD UNIVERSITY living machinery major Male Female Male managers Manufacturing Married Median mills Miscellaneous Motor vehicles Native Nonwhite Number occupation officials Percent Percent not shown places population presented private household Professional races Railroads repair reported residence retail trade shown where less single specified standard STANFORD UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES statistics status Table textile Total Male Female town Transportation United UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES STANFORD URBAN AND RURAL Wages or salary weeks Wholesale
Halaman xix - Employed persons comprise those, who, during the survey week, were either (a) "at work" — those who did any work for pay or profit, or worked without pay for 15 hours or more on a family farm or business; or (b) "with a job but not at work...
Halaman xv - family," as used in this report, refers to a group of two or more persons related by blood, marriage, or adoption and residing together; all such persons are considered as members of the same family.
Halaman xv - Thus, a household may contain more than one family. However, if the son of the head of the household and the son's wife are members of the household, they are treated as part of the head's family. A household head living alone, or...
Halaman xvi - Thus, a widow who occupies her house alone or with one or more other persons not related to her, a roomer not related to anyone else in the housing unit, a maid living as a member of her employer's household...
Halaman xii - Incorporated places with 2,500 inhabitants or more in 1940 or at a subsequent special census conducted prior to 1950. "2. Incorporated places with fewer than 2,500 inhabitants containing an area with a concentration of 100 dwelling units or more with a density in this concentration of 500 units or more per square mile. This density represents approximately 2,000 persons per square mile and normally is the minimum found associated with a closely spaced street pattern. "3. Unincorporated territory...
Halaman xvi - Married women are not classified as heads if their husbands are living with them at the time of the census.
Halaman xiii - ... set forth above could not be applied. In their place, a population density criterion of 150 or more persons per square mile, or 100 or more persons per square mile where strong integration was evident, has been used.
Halaman xiv - person of mixed white and Indian blood ... if enrolled in an Indian agency or reservation roll, or if not so enrolled, if the proportion of Indian blood is one-fourth or more, or if the person is regarded as an Indian in the community where he lives . " Actually, census takers usually determine race by inspection and may omit any specific questions about race.
Halaman xiv - Negro. --In addition to full-bloodedNegroes, this classification includes persons of mixed white and Negro parentage and persons of mixed Indian and Negro parentage unless the Indian blood very definitely predominates or unless the individual is accepted in the community as an Indian.